secondary rights

secondary rights

noun ancillary rights, contingent rights, indirect rights, subordinated rights, subsequent rights
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"If you have a judgment, but the customer has no money to pay, move on to your secondary rights." If a lot of money is at stake, "I will file a claim with the bankruptcy court and simultaneously file with the bonding company," he added.
Human Rights Watch says Yemeni women still cannot marry without permission, do not have secondary rights in divorce and child custody and more than half are married off before they are 18 - some as young as 8.
there was an explosion in the secondary rights market for top U.S.
(27.) I personally find Penner's reduction of secondary rights
Before joining Skywest Airlines, Scott was a partner in City of London Law firm Speechly Bircham where he specialised in company law, private and public corporate acquisitions, private equity and venture capital investments, IPOs and secondary rights issues, company start-ups and corporate governance.
Without the certainty of being able to make an economic return on investment in content, and through secondary rights for use online and exports around the world, enthusiasm would dry up for investment in music, television and film.
In Abyei the expert said the Misseriya only have secondary rights but not owner rights.
media consultant Tim Suter, who runs Perspective Associates, would enable the broadcaster to raise some $65 million a year from secondary rights.
The costs could be offset by selling secondary rights outside the US market, for example, and owning images allows for follow-up stories quoting 'friends' and 'sources'.However, "if that price is accurate, it likely would become a loss leader for whoever bought it," Peck added.
The Parliament would like to offer independent producers better protection by defining them according to three criteria: ownership and proprietary rights of the production firm; number of programmes provided to the same broadcaster, and ownership of secondary rights. The Commission dropped the secondary rights criterion due to opposition from several television channels, particularly in France.
The operator has acquired the rights to transmit matches in the first and second Bundesliga live to mobile for the next three seasons and has gained secondary rights to summarise broadcasts and highlights using the PREMIERE signal.
Altogether, the Common European Asylum System covers qualification for protection, procedures for qualification, allocation and safe third country arrangements, and secondary rights. Battjes (constitutional and administrative law, Vrije U.